Benefits after incarceration: What you need to know

Individuals released from incarceration may be eligible for Social Security retirement, survivors, or disability benefits if you have worked or paid into Social Security enough years or Supplemental Security Income benefits if you are 65 or older, or are blind, or have a disability and have little or no income and resources.

The Social Security Administration website has a page to help you transition from incarceration back into the community.  Click here to see their information. 

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